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Need tips on choosing a virtual office location? Long gone are the days when brick-and-mortar offices were the only options around. Virtual offices are increasingly popular because of their convenience and practicality factors.
These days, many businesses (especially small businesses and startups) don't really require an actual brick-and-mortar location. Unless you run a business that requires constant in-person client or customer contact, a virtual office may be the perfect fit for you.
So with that said, here are five practical tips for choosing a virtual office location:
Of course, any virtual office location will require a written agreement -- either a lease or a membership contract. It's wise to have an experienced contracts lawyer look over your contract before you sign, but if your business is just starting up, that may be cost prohibitive.
Another, perhaps more affordable, option is to sign up for a prepaid legal plan like those offered by LegalStreet. LegalStreet plans include attorney contract reviews (up to 10 pages) and on-call access to local lawyers who can answer a wide range of legal questions; pricing starts at less than $13 a month.
A virtual office is much cheaper than having a traditional office and it provides more flexibility. Just make sure you consider all the right factors first before you make that transition.
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